Daily Archives: July 21, 2017

‘Disparaging comments’ outlawed at Illinois college

Students at Carl Sandburg College could now be subject to “disciplinary proceedings” for the use of “offensive language” or “hate speech.” According to the Illinois community college’s Student Code of Conduct, administrators “may initiate disciplinary proceedings against” a student who “is … Continue reading

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Postal Service broke law in pushing time off for workers to campaign for Clinton

The U.S. Postal Service engaged in widespread violations of federal law by pressuring managers to approve letter carriers’ taking time off last fall to campaign for Hillary Clinton and other union-backed Democrats, investigators said Wednesday. High-level postal officials had for … Continue reading

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Trump Ex-Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski Sues Neighbors for $5M

WINDHAM, N.H. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager has filed a $5 million lawsuit against his New Hampshire neighbors over access to a pond-front property. The North Andover Eagle-Tribune reports that Corey Lewandowski says his neighbors in Windham … Continue reading

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Antifa Leader Arrested for Inciting a Riot

Yvette Felarca, leader of the Antifa organization BAMN (By Any Means Necessary) has been arrested for inciting a riot. The charge stems from an incident in Sacramento last year. Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca arrested on charges of inciting a riot … Continue reading

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Trump Education Secretary Pressured to Keep Obama ‘Rape Culture’ Guidelines

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has driven the Left crazy in recent weeks, by reining in some of the worst excesses of President Obama’s Department of Education (DOE). On Wednesday, the attorneys general of 19 states and the District of Columbia … Continue reading

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The Myth of Drug Expiration Dates

The box of prescription drugs had been forgotten in a back closet of a retail pharmacy for so long that some of the pills predated the 1969 moon landing. Most were 30 to 40 years past their expiration dates — … Continue reading

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5-year-old, 2-year-old crash mom’s car on way to visit grandfather

Authorities in West Virginia say a 5-year-old and a 2-year-old who wanted to visit their grandfather took their mother’s car for a 3-mile ride on a curvy, winding road before crashing it and escaping unharmed. Putnam County Sheriff Steve Deweese … Continue reading

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This is disturbing on so many levels I haven’t a clue as where to begin

You know a feminist really hates any human with a ‘Y’ chromosome when she publicly condemns her sons as rapists and sexists because they will no longer endure her constant emotional abuse. Not that they’ve actually done anything wrong. But she apparently hates the … Continue reading

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Missing New Jersey Hiker Found Dead In White Mountains Of New Hampshire

A missing hiker from New Jersey has been found dead in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The body of 63-year-old Gregory Auriemma, of Brick, was found Thursday night by Appalachian Mountain Club work crews in the Dry River Wilderness, about 70 … Continue reading

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Chris Sununu Signs SB 44 Prohibiting NH from Mandating Common Core Standards

Concord, NH – Today, Governor Sununu signed into law SB 44, prohibiting the state from mandating local towns and school board to implement the Common Core academic standards. After the signing Senator Kevin Avard (R-Nashua), prime sponsor of the bill, issued … Continue reading

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